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01 Feb 2015 : MELBOURNE - World number one Novak Djokovic won the opening set in a tiebreaker over Britain's Andy Murray in the Australian Open final on Sunday.
01 Feb 2015 : Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday denounced as "heinous and despicable" the apparent beheading of a second Japanese hostage by the Islamic State group, as global leaders denounced the jihadists.
08 Dec 2014 : CINCINNATI - The Pittsburgh Steelers came on strong in the fourth quarter on Sunday for a 42-21 NFL triumph over Cincinnati that blew open the AFC North division race.
08 Dec 2014 : NANYANG (CHINA) - Before their villages were submerged beneath a gargantuan scheme to move water hundreds of kilometres to China's arid north, government officials promised farmers better lives far from their ancestral homes.
08 Dec 2014 : A court in China condemned eight people to death Monday for two deadly attacks in the violence-torn region of Xinjiang, home to the mostly Muslim Uighur minority, state media said.
08 Dec 2014 : A typhoon that struck the Philippines over the weekend has claimed at least 21 lives, the Philippine Red Cross said Monday.
08 Dec 2014 : Two Myanmar workers have pleaded not guilty to charges including murder over the killing of two British tourists in Thailand, their lawyer said Monday.
08 Dec 2014 : Army chief Udomdej Sitabutr on Monday brushed aside a warning from former prime minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh's that the government should beware a counter-coup, saying the army is strongly united behind current leaders.
08 Dec 2014 : ADELAIDE (AUSTRALIA) - Virat Kohli said Monday he will lead India in the opening Test against Australia in place of the injured Mahendra Singh Dhoni and urged his players to adopt a positive mindset.
08 Dec 2014 : SYDNEY - Melbourne Cup favourite Admire Rakti died from heart failure resulting from natural causes, an investigation into the Japanese galloper's death said Monday.
08 Dec 2014 : WASHINGTON - Several NFL players joined other stars Sunday to support the "I can't breathe" protests sweeping the United States demanding justice for black men who have died at the hands of white policemen.
08 Dec 2014 : SYDNEY - A pod of six sperm whales washed up dead Monday in a rare mass stranding on the South Australia coast, with animal welfare officials struggling over the logistics of handling the huge carcasses.